August 17, 2017 RSS feed / People

Leathersville News

l Rev. Steven Rayner visited Monday afternoon. We appreciated his visit and the card that was sent from the church as well. It means so much when you are remembered by friends. More...

Saint to compete for scholarship in September pageant

Alleya Christian Saint, sixteen year old daughter of Gail Saint, has been crowned the 2017 Miss Georgia Jr Teen for the America’s Miss Pageant (AMP) system. More...

A checklist for modern day families

Babysitters are no strangers to learning nap time, homework time and meal time quirks. As children gain more access to technology, parents should also share their screen time expectations with babysitters.  More...

Traveling through northeast and Canada

Janet and Greg Dukes took along a copy of The Lincoln Journal on their Northeast USA and Atlantic Canada trip July 5-14 where they visited many sites in three states (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont) a More...

Parents take action against cyberbullying

By Erica Cooke  Teenagers spend a lot of time online. Social media activity carries clout among teens, and can empower cyberbullies, which is why parents should be prepared to help their children cope with social pres­sures online.  More...

Improving hay quality

Feed cost is one of the main fac­tors affecting beef cattle producer’s bottom line and the largest per­centage of that feed cost involves purchasing or producing hay. More...

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A trip to Grey’s house

The Lincoln Journal traveled to Seattle recently with Anne Ritchie and David Arnold. The first, couldn’t miss stop was the intern’s home used in the filming of Grey’s Anatomy. More...

Christopher Collins selected to become an NSHSS member

The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) an­nounced that Christopher S. Collins of Lincolnton has been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization. More...